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Off-Ramp for Jul 04, 2009

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Razorcake: 8 Years of D.I.Y.

Vibe is dead, but Razorcake -- a non-profit, L.A. based magazine devoted to exploring and promoting underground music, arts, and culture -- is still rocking. Off-Ramp correspondent Kevin Ferguson sits down with the co-founder, Todd Taylor, to talk about Do it Yourself culture, Southern California music, Howard Zinn, and clowns.

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